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IAMSE Winter 2021 WAS Session 4 Highlights

[The following notes were generated by Andrea Belovich, PhD.] The fourth session of the Winter 2021 IAMSE Web Seminar Series, ‚ÄúUSMLE Step-1 is Going to Pass/Fail, Now what do we do?‚ÄĚ, was presented on January 28th, 2021 by Drs. Bruce Morgenstern and Brenda Roman. Dr. Morgenstern is the Vice Dean for Academic and Clinical Affairs… Read more »

IAMSE Winter 2021 WAS Session 3 Highlights

[The following notes were generated by Andrea Belovich, PhD.] The third session of the Winter 2021 IAMSE Web Seminar Series, ‚ÄúUSMLE Step-1 is Going to Pass/Fail, Now what do we do?‚ÄĚ, was presented on January 21st, 2021 by Dr. Jonathan Amiel, Interim Co-Vice Dean for Education, Senior Associate Dean for Curricular Affairs, and Associate Professor… Read more »

IAMSE Winter 2021 WAS Session 2 Highlights

[The following notes were generated by Andrea Belovich, PhD.] The second installment of the Winter 2021 IAMSE Web Seminar Series, ‚ÄúUSMLE Step-1 is Going to Pass/Fail, Now what do we do?‚ÄĚ, was presented on January 14th, 2021 by Dr. Douglas Gould, Professor and Chair of the Department of Foundational Medical Studies at the Oakland University… Read more »

IAMSE Winter 2021 WAS Session 1 Highlights

[The following notes were generated by Andrea Belovich, PhD.] The opening seminar for the Winter 2021 IAMSE Web Seminar Series, ‚ÄúUSMLE Step-1 is Going to Pass/Fail, Now what do we do?‚ÄĚ was co-presented on January 7th, 2021 by Dr. Mark L. Jordan, Professor of Urology and Residency Program Director at the University of California, Irvine… Read more »

Check out the IAMSE Webcast Audio Seminar Series Archives!

The International Association of Medical Science Educators (IAMSE) is pleased to announce that the archives for “The Learning Environment in Health Sciences Education,” the 2019 Winter Series of the Webcast Audio Seminars are now online! The Webcast Audio Seminar archives are located on the¬†IAMSE website¬†under the Events heading as¬†Web Seminars. Here, you will be able… Read more »

IAMSE Fall 2018 WAS Session 5 Highlights

WAS Fall 18

[The following notes were generated by Mark Slivkoff.] ¬†IAMSE Webinar Series, Fall 2018 Speaker: Stanley J. Hamstra, PhD VP, Milestones Research and Evaluation Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME) Title: Realizing the Promise of Big Data: Learning Analytics in Competency-Based Medical Education Series: Evolution and Revolution in Medical Education: Technology in the 21st Century… Read more »

IAMSE Fall 2018 WAS Session 4 Highlights

WAS Fall 18

[The following notes were generated by Mark Slivkoff.] ¬†IAMSE Webinar Series, Fall 2018 Speaker: Douglas Danforth, PhD The Ohio State University College of Medicine, Columbus, Ohio Title: Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality in Medical Education Series: Evolution and Revolution in Medical Education: Technology in the 21st Century The objectives of Dr. Danforth‚Äôs discussion included: Define… Read more »

IAMSE Fall 2018 WAS Session 3 Highlights

WAS Fall 18

[The following notes were generated by Mark Slivkoff.] ¬†IAMSE Webinar Series, Fall 2018 Speakers: Kirsten Brown, PhD, MA and Katherine Chretien, MD – The George Washington University, Washington, DC Title: Using Social Media as an Educational Tool Series: Evolution and Revolution in Medical Education: Technology in the 21st Century Brown and Chretien set out to… Read more »

IAMSE Admin Offices Closed for Labor Day

WAS Fall 2018

In observance of the Labor Day holiday, the IAMSE Administrative offices will be closed on Monday, September 3. We will resume normal hours on Tuesday, Spetember 4.

The best of the Webcast Audio Seminar Series at your fingertips

WAS Fall 2018

Did you know that we archive each season of the Webcast Audio Seminar series? Reaching all the way back to Winter 2011, you can search¬†the topics, speakers and presentations in our webcast series greatest hits collection.¬† The Webcast Audio Seminar archives are located on our website under the Events tab as¬†Web Seminars.¬†Here, you will be… Read more »